Cannabis, Marijuana or Marihuana: a drug by any name . . .
Cannabis is the most commonly used illegal drug in Australia. It comes from the dried flowers and leaves of the plant Cannabis Sativa. Other names for it are marijuana, marihuana, grass, pot, weed, mull, hash, dope...
Vilification and the Ageless Wisdom
Why, throughout time, have people attacked the teachings that deliver the simple truth of who we are in our essence?
What does corruption mean? This audio invites a deeper consideration than usual.
Serge Benhayon TV – True Health and True Intelligence: the legacy and our responsibility
This in-depth conversation will re-ignite your love of philosophy, in its simplicity, its practicality and its profound understanding of the inner workings of our innate multi-dimensionality. If you have ever wanted to know the ‘why’ beneath the current human condition, this is for you.
Fanning the Flames of Cancer
This article highlights the work of Dr Fettke and Dr Mercola as they, and others expose fructose, carbohydrates, processed foods as direct contributors to cancers, diabetes and many forms of ill-health.
Truth in journalism
Super fast communication technology has outpaced our comprehension of the detrimental implications of irresponsible journalism. Through metaphors, symbols, myths & copy-paste practices journalists can make it about their agendas where a composite becomes a euphemism for a lie…
A deeper look at Asthma – why is it that we can't breathe?
On World Asthma Day, this article by leading lung specialist Sam Kim looks 'beyond the petri-dish' at the bigger picture of this disease and what is at stake if we don’t start to look at all the factors that contribute to its continued prevalence across our global population.
Harvey Weinstein, the corruption of Hollywood and our true nature
What does the case of Harvey Weinstein and the corruption of Hollywood show us about our true nature?
Evidence-based medicine – what is evidence anyway?
The modern trend of an increasing reliance on outside information, rather than learning to listen to the wisdom of our own bodies needs to be thoroughly questioned and explored.